|WAY to HIGH! Your graphics should be around 30-45 deg C normally and up to maybe 60-70 deg C as a maximum during game play. Post all of your temperatures so we can really evaluate the problem.|
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If only your graphics temperature is high, then you may have an issue with the onboard graphics processor or more probably it's heat sink may be dust clogged or has come loose from it's mounts (If the heat sink is loose, you will need to clean off both surfaces with rubbing alcohol and apply a thermal compound - not too much though, before reattaching it).
If all or most of your temperatures are elevated, you may have dust clogged vents, a dead case fan, or something disrupting the airflow through your case.
All of your temperature readings need to be in the 30-40deg C range at idle and 10-15 more under normal load. Physically check for dust and that your fans are spinning properly when your system is turned on and you open the cover. Use dust off or other compressed air to unclog heat sinks and vents and vacuum the bottom of the case and external air vents (keep hose away from components).
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